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A Brownie for a Sweet Tooth

A Brownie for a Sweet Tooth



Félix Gancedo astonishes us with a funny way to cook a solid chocolate brownie who will please all our etwinners in Poland and Germany.

Félix Gancedo astonishes us with a funny way to cook a solid chocolate brownie who will please all our etwinners in Poland and Germany.



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    A Brownie for a Sweet Tooth A Brownie for a Sweet Tooth Presentation Transcript

    • United States Colonial Marines Corps
      • Attention! These documents can be requested only by those with the necessary need and clearance level. Anyone caught trying to obtain these documents who does not hold the relevant credentials will be detained on charges of spying, and will face immediate execution
      • Ten-hut, Private! In the following pages you will be instructed about how to make a stone-cold, born-to-rise-hell dessert:
      • OK, knees to the breeze in 5 seconds! Here you are the ingredients to make a real hardcore dessert. What are you wainting for, Christmas? Move, move, move!
    • BUTTER
      • 150 g, to give you energy. Thereby you’ll be ready for the drill.
    • FLOUR
      • 250 g. You will find all the flour you may need in the commissariat store.
    • MILK
      • 4 spoonfuls. Here you can see the proper way of carrying any liquid you may need in your missions: 1 quart canteen. Note the pouch with water purification tablets.
    • EGGS
      • 4. You have to separate the egg yolks and whites. Wait for orders.
      • A lot of chocolate, Private! Maybe the Navy and the Air Force are content with just 100 g, but in the Corps we use 200g. If you’re asking why, maybe you ain’t in the right place.
    • SUGAR
      • 150 g, to make you faster and ready for action.
    • COGNAC
      • Hellyeah, but only a shot, Private! We’re making a dessert here, not a napalm device.
      • Mix together the butter, the sugar and the 4 egg yolks. Stir it hard, Private! The mixture is thick as hell.
      • Add the cognac (remember your Sergeant will be watching you, no matter the place) and the chocolate. Have I told you to stop mixing? Then keep moving on!
      • Add the flour, the milk and the baking powder. I know I said nothing about baking powder, so what? You’re a Marine: You adapt. You improvise. You overcome.
      • Finally add the egg whites, previously beaten until they reach ribbon stage.
    • BEWARE
      • Now listen up: after you have added the egg whites, you’d better be cautious. Stir the mixture carefully, slowly, because we don’t want it to lose its sponginess. Do it wrong, and you’ll get a brick instead of a dessert.
      • If your Sergeant gets notice, (and he will, because he’s like God Almighty) be ready for a great amount of pain.
      • Another glorious day in the Corps! A day in the Corps is like a day on the farm. Every meal's a banquet! Every paycheck a fortune! Every formation a parade! I LOVE the Corps!
    • You want some? COME GET SOME! Look at this battle-ready Marine, eager for some bug hunt after eating the cake FÉLIX GANCEDO